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Testing multiflavored ULDM models with SPARC

@inproceedings{Street2022TestingMU,
  title={Testing multiflavored ULDM models with SPARC},
  author={Lauren Street and Nickolay Y. Gnedin and L. C. Rohana Wijewardhana},
  year={2022}
}
We perform maximum likelihood estimates (MLEs) for single and double flavor ultralight dark matter (ULDM) models using the Spitzer Photometry and Accurate Rotation Curves (SPARC) database. These estimates are compared to MLEs for several commonly used cold dark matter (CDM) models. By comparing various CDM models we find, in agreement with previous studies, that the Burkert and Einasto models tend to perform better than other commonly used CDM models. We focus on comparisons between the Einasto… 
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